I've seen too many people rush into olympic lifting too quickly. As a result their progress stalls after only a few weeks and the frustration sets in. At this point, they usually ask for coaching and seek better technique, but often the lift only marginally improves. Once the movement and neurological patterns are in place, they are more difficult to change. It is hard to convince athletes this, but learning slowly the right way will lead to bigger and better gains in the future, just not maybe in the immediate future.
I've been listening to Wil Fleming from iForce alot lately. His progressions, cues, and approach seem sound and well thought out. This is a summary, and some additions, to how he gets athletes ready to learn the olympic lifts.